Players Calcutta 2019
Who will you bid for in this year’s Calcutta?
Will you go for an individual, or a group?
Go it alone, or get a syndicate together?
If your auction purchase wins “The Badrock Family Trophy” (Senior B&F),
you will win 50% of the total pool.
Auction starts this Saturday (27th April) at 6.30pm at Quambee Clubrooms.
PLAYERS CALCUTTA FORM GUIDE
Jack Whelan – Club Captain, 2 time senior B&F (inc last year), 2 senior premierships, EFL association B&F , 3rd in Division 1 last year. Hard attack on the man and the ball.
Aaron Fenton – Young Gun, 2017 B&F, premiership player. Missed 2 games, but votes extremely well, due to his constant attack on the ball & opponents.
Michael Apeness – Big Mick was playing AFL last year for Fremantle. 12 games at the highest level, as a ruckman and key position. Only 24 years old and a fierce attack on the contest. Beautiful tap ruck work, also a fantastic contested mark.
Michael Locco – 2016 B&F Winner, unlucky with injury over the past 12 months, but once up and running , one of the best defenders in the competition.
Jayden Van Unen –2 time premiership player, 2015 B&F Winner, consistently finishes in the top 5. Classy midfielder with fantastic skills & vision.
Billy Schilling – Classy lead up half forward, extremely fit and fantastic skills
Jayden Hoegal – Classy small forward. Finished 5th in goal kicking in 2018 in the competition with 35 goals. Great finisher.
Liam Taylor – Bodies come good and will be resuming this week. Extremely quick and is an elite tackler. Kicked some of the best goals seen against Vermont last year.
Jasper Rouget – Had a great preseason and improvement is evident. Big strong marking key forward with a beautiful kick.
Nick Lowden – Big Body youngster, hard inside and extremely fit. Will get better with each senior game.
Heath Decker – At the ripe old age of 36, hasn’t lost any of his strength and speed. Finished 3rd in last years NRFC B&F.
Sam Whelan – After coming back from an ACL last year, hasn’t missed a beat. Classy half back and uses the ball well. Probably leading after 2 rounds.
Jake Moss – Playing in the backline this year. Fast closing speed and is getting better and better with each passing game. Only young, both in age and senior experience.
Darcy Harris – Elite runner and great left foot. Plays the true wing position. Only just turned 21 and maybe 15 senior games.
Gary Conyers – Big body midfielder/half forward, came across from Heathmont after finishing top 3 in B&F. skillful , good decision maker. Experienced. Fitted in well.
Matt Sheppard – Quick, skillful , amazing pack mark & great kick. Lead up forward, that can play deep when needed.
Jules Petracca – Winger or half back. Fantastic distributor of the ball on his left foot. Hasn’t missed a game since coming over from Mitcham at the start of last year.
Matt Cullinan – Big Bodied ruckman who goes all day. Fantastic set of hands around the ground and can go to the goal square and kick goals.
Matt Payne – is there anyone else that has improved more than salami over the past 12-18 months, I think not. Fantastic mark in the defence. Often plays undersized and is rarely beaten.
Jason Sharp – small half back. An elite kick and great decision maker. Seems to have time in traffic. Coming back from a shoulder injury, but looks ready to go.
Adam Miles – Big bodied midfielder, with a damaging left foot. Came across from Mooroolbark. Looks ready to go.
Jake Ireland – Still only young, but has played about 12 senior games. Big Body, great skills and an elite runner. Watch the improve coming.